While this might seem to be unique, it is part of a greater trend — a growing list of employers are moving beyond the standard “one-size-fits all” approach to wellness and toward a more holistic view of total well-being.
Seventeen percent of HR executives versus 30% of business leaders think employee well-being is” very good,” according Optum Health’s Seventh Annual Wellness in the Workplace Study, conducted by the Optum Resource Center for Health & Well-Being.
Resilience gained attention in the 1970s as psychologists and trauma researchers began to articulate the amazing ability of many people to bounce back following a devastating event, crisis or injury. Over time, researchers have identified the characteristics of resilient people, and have identified how to train people to develop skills to increase their resilience.
Health and happiness. Are the two linked? We can assume that those with good health are generally happy to be well. But what about the other way around?
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What can you do to help workers maintain a healthy weight and keep your bottom line healthy at the same time?
The challenge, many employers discover, is getting employees on board and keeping them on the right track.
Employee wellbeing might be firmly on the agenda for some organizations but are employers any nearer to really reaping all of the benefits associated with it?
Are rules and regulations the most effective way to change the way people behave?
Health reform and market pressures to reduce costs and improve the quality of care will play a major role in shaping the following 10 themes and predictions.